Juniper: There will be 1.4B digital therapeutics and wellness app users by 2025
The growth comes after regulators responded to COVID-19 by loosening rules that had previously hindered the work of digital therapeutics developers.
Activity trackers to be used by more than 1 in 5 Americans by 2021
Fitness and health wearables will become a $20 billion hardware market annually within 5 years, according to Juniper Research.
Basic hybrid & analogue watches to take nearly 40% of the $21bn smartwatch market...
Juniper Research has scaled back its estimates for market growth, and now anticipates that less than 60 million smartwatches will be shipped annually by 2021.
Research: Adoption of health monitoring devices to hit 70M by 2020
The greater consumer affinity with connected devices will be accompanied by an upsurge in the adoption of platforms such as Apple Health and Google Fit.
Research: mHealth information services to reach more than 150M users by 2020
The adoption of these services will increase as service providers roll out initiatives to tackle issues such as infant mortality and infectious diseases.
Research: Fitness-focused devices to dominate the wearables market until 2018
At the end of 2019, the situation will look different with 110 million people using fitness wearables, and 130 million - smartwatches.
Juniper: Apple got 52% of the smartwatch market in 2015
In sharp contrast, Android Wear shipments comprised less than 10% of sales for the year; consumers are having hard time imagining use cases for smartwatches.
Juniper: Apple sold between 2 and 2.5 million watches this quarter
Although the company's CEO Tim Cook hasn't shared any figures, the research firm looked at the iPhone maker's earnings to get to the estimate.
Smart wireless health and fitness services to be a $1.8bn market by 2019
Connected health devices and the data they generate will offer benefits to stakeholders and consumers, potentially improving preventative healthcare.
Smart watches to emerge as leading wearable by 2018
The leader of fitness tracking market on the long run will remain Fitbit, despite their decision not to integrate with Apple's HealthKit.
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